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Meaning of 画蛇添足

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huà shé tiān (Trad.: 畫蛇添足)
lit. draw legs on a snake (idiom); fig. to ruin the effect by adding sth superfluous; to overdo it
Example Sentences
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But if policymakers fear they have added legs to the snake, they will lift these measures as quickly as they imposed them.